Feb
27
2012

Hygiene

Posted by: Sherrie in Categories: Men's Health.
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Hygiene for uncircumcised infants is not difficult, contrary to popular belief. Parents should not pull the foreskin back in the first few days after birth to clean the penis. When the foreskin is tight and non-retractable, little can get underneath this natural seal. Read the entire post…

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Feb
23
2012

Although adults are cautioned to consume a relatively low-fat, low-cholesterol diet to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, health authorities have been reluctant to recommend such diets for infants and young children. The American Academy of Pediatrics, for example, advises against the use of skim or low-fat milk for feeding infants and children until they have reached 2 years of age. Read the entire post…

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Feb
16
2012

Sales

Posted by: Sherrie in Categories: Communication.
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1. Holiday gatherings are a great networking opportunity. People are usually relaxed and festive, which creates a great opportunity to build relationships. If your company is hosting a holiday party, suggest that your guests bring a guest as well. Remember to focus on the other person, first and foremost. Focus on how you might be able to help the other person going into next year. Read the entire post…

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Feb
14
2012

What Are the Risks Associated With Pesticides?
The legitimate concern of keeping the West Nile virus in check has been overshadowed this summer by misguided fears of the control measure: pesticides. Members of the media, inspired by the New York City Health Commissioner, are exacerbating the hype, telling people to seal up their windows and turn off their air conditioning, describing pesticide-spraying trucks in terms of horror films. Read the entire post…

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Feb
14
2012

The recent spraying of New York City’s Central Park with the pesticide Anvil has sparked a nationwide debate. Vital information, such as the risks the West Nile virus presents and the benefits spraying the pesticide confers, is notably missing from this debate. In its place, the public is being presented with hype, unscientific reports and a good old-fashioned fear campaign against pesticides. Read the entire post…

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Feb
10
2012

Diabetes on the Rise in America

Posted by: Sherrie in Categories: Health.
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The rise in the number of diabetes cases caused by obesity is quickly becoming an epidemic in the U.S., with health authorities advising Americans to eat healthier and exercise more, according to recent findings published in the September issue of Diabetes Care. Read the entire post…

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Feb
06
2012

Too few Americans who have heart disease take aspirin to help prevent a second heart attack, according to a report in the March 14 issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.

While the American Heart Association and other medical groups recommend aspirin therapy for people who have suffered a heart attack, the report revealed that only 26 percent actually received aspirin.

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Feb
02
2012

Expand the Healthcare Continuum

Posted by: Sherrie in Categories: Health.
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How would your business be affected if health clubs were viewed as healthcare providers? Health club operators have the opportunity to share in the $1 trillion healthcare industry with more than 200 million customers and to offer services that are now offered in sometimes sterile, clinical settings. Read the entire post…

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